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The STEP Sustainability Program has recently added new software to it's repertoire available in the campus open-use computer laboratories. Partnering with the College of Business and the Graduate School SGA President, the University has subscribed to the IBM SPSS Campus Value Program.  IBM® SPSS Campus Edition is a 12-month, campus-wide license agreement that makes it easier for colleges and universities to meet the analytical software needs of students, faculty and researchers.  

The Deadline for submitting Fall 2016 STEP Proposals is July 15, 2016 at 12:30pm.  NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED!
 
ALL proposals should be emailed in electronic format (Adobe Acrobat or Microsoft Word) to stepproposal@louisiana.edu.  Paper submissions will NOT be accepted!  Additional instructions, proposal templates, and process timelines can be found at:
 
STEP Proposal Submission, Evaluation, and Timelines

A mechanism has been put in place for the maintenance and support of the student funded technologies on campus.  On April 15, 2010, the STEP Council approved a STEP Sustainability Plan designed to ensure that laboratories, smart classrooms, and infrastructure funded by STEP can be maintained and continue to provide satisfactory service to students.  The Plan allocates one third (33%) of STEP revenues to a fund for the following six primary purposes:

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